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In this lesson I'll show you a neat way to transition from Box 3 into Box 4 which switches you from a major to a minor sounding blues lick. It can be used at several places in a 12-bar progression. I'll show you two different places to use it, with demonstrations.
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If you've not been through my 5 Essential Blues Boxes course, check it out. What you learn in this lesson is based on that course. It's a simple way of viewing the fretboard for blues and blues rock that doesn't require you to know scales or a bunch of theory.
If you want to learn more about soloing in Box 3, there's a bunch of that in B.B.'s Influence. It's an excellent course if you want to learn more about mixing major and minor as well.